The CoreVA-MPSoC: A Multiprocessor Platform for Software-Defined Radio

Sievers G, Hübener B, Ax J, Flasskamp M, Kelly W, Jungeblut T, Porrmann M (2017)
In: Computing Platforms for Software-Defined Radio. Hussain W, Nurmi J, Isoaho J, Garzia F (Eds); Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing: 29--59.

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Hussain, Waqar ; Nurmi, Jari ; Isoaho, Jouni ; Garzia, Fabio
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The advancement in performance of mobile devices goes hand in hand with increasing demand for communication bandwidth. In the past decade an almost unmanageable number of different wireless communication standards has emerged. In addition, the complexity of many of those standards has led to a steadily increasing demand for high performance modem signal processing. Future SDR baseband processing can significantly benefit from the massive parallelism provided by homogeneous many-core architectures. In this chapter, the CoreVA-MPSoC is presented as an example of an embedded hierarchical multiprocessor architecture for SDR processing. Parallelism is introduced at different levels of the CoreVA-MPSoC: basic building block is the resource-efficient VLIW processor CoreVA, providing fine-grained concurrency at the instruction level. Multiple CoreVA CPUs are combined within a CPU cluster and connected via a high speed, low latency interconnect. Finally, a dedicated Network on Chip is used to combine an arbitrary number of CPU clusters on a single chip. In addition to the hardware architecture, an MPSoC compiler for streaming applications is presented and utilized for the mapping of SDR applications to the CoreVA-MPSoC under throughput, latency, energy, and memory constraints.
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Sievers G, Hübener B, Ax J, et al. The CoreVA-MPSoC: A Multiprocessor Platform for Software-Defined Radio. In: Hussain W, Nurmi J, Isoaho J, Garzia F, eds. Computing Platforms for Software-Defined Radio. Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing; 2017: 29--59.
Sievers, G., Hübener, B., Ax, J., Flasskamp, M., Kelly, W., Jungeblut, T., & Porrmann, M. (2017). The CoreVA-MPSoC: A Multiprocessor Platform for Software-Defined Radio. In W. Hussain, J. Nurmi, J. Isoaho, & F. Garzia (Eds.), Computing Platforms for Software-Defined Radio (pp. 29--59). Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-49679-5_3
Sievers, G., Hübener, B., Ax, J., Flasskamp, M., Kelly, W., Jungeblut, T., and Porrmann, M. (2017). “The CoreVA-MPSoC: A Multiprocessor Platform for Software-Defined Radio” in Computing Platforms for Software-Defined Radio, Hussain, W., Nurmi, J., Isoaho, J., and Garzia, F. eds. (Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing), 29--59.
Sievers, G., et al., 2017. The CoreVA-MPSoC: A Multiprocessor Platform for Software-Defined Radio. In W. Hussain, et al., eds. Computing Platforms for Software-Defined Radio. Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing, pp. 29--59.
G. Sievers, et al., “The CoreVA-MPSoC: A Multiprocessor Platform for Software-Defined Radio”, Computing Platforms for Software-Defined Radio, W. Hussain, et al., eds., Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing, 2017, pp.29--59.
Sievers, G., Hübener, B., Ax, J., Flasskamp, M., Kelly, W., Jungeblut, T., Porrmann, M.: The CoreVA-MPSoC: A Multiprocessor Platform for Software-Defined Radio. In: Hussain, W., Nurmi, J., Isoaho, J., and Garzia, F. (eds.) Computing Platforms for Software-Defined Radio. p. 29--59. Springer International Publishing, Cham, Switzerland (2017).
Sievers, Gregor, Hübener, Boris, Ax, Johannes, Flasskamp, Martin, Kelly, Wayne, Jungeblut, Thorsten, and Porrmann, Mario. “The CoreVA-MPSoC: A Multiprocessor Platform for Software-Defined Radio”. Computing Platforms for Software-Defined Radio. Ed. Waqar Hussain, Jari Nurmi, Jouni Isoaho, and Fabio Garzia. Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing, 2017. 29--59.
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